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|David jones and son arrested. Released on bail
Shareholders were lied too.|
|you get settled eventually at zero.|
|So what happens if you can't cover your short of a suspended company?|
|Calm down, calm down laaaa|
|Now then, now then|
|Liverpool 34 - lol, speaks volumes|
|The JJB stores Sports Direct has bought
Here is a list of the JJB Sports stores bought by Sports Direct International and the number of employees at each outlet.
Airdrie - 12 employees
Antrim - 10
Brighton - 21
Chorley - 7
Cumbernauld - 11
Dorchester - 9
Dover - 12
Elgin - 12
Glasgow Silverburn - 25
Leamington Spa - 18
Leeds - 11
Lisburn - 27
Liverpool - 34
Llandudno - 17
Londonderry - 28
Oldbury - 22
Rhyl - 11
Rochdale - 16
West Bromwich - 18
Winchester - 9|
|Bingo, would you like to salvage some of your money? I am looking to buy 1m shares in JJB. If we can agree a price, you might still be able to buy one or two tyres for the Audi.|
Just shows how difficult some find it to admit they were wrong an essential skill when trading.
you can still get it wrong sometimes and make money infact you can get it wrong quite a lot and still make money its called money management and using stops!
As you have posted many times the clue was when the company warned there investments may be wortless not rocket science is it!|
I guess you could argue its a bit like wollys where actually the jobs have gone elsewhere ie tho those companys grabbing their market share.
Does not help those who have lost their jobs though.|
|That clown "Duck and Dive" on iii refuses to believe that shareholders will get nothing|
|Hard to concede the jobs gone were real jobs, if you know what I mean. They were false jobs in a bad business model.
So real people have lost real jobs, yes.
But they were actually false jobs, subsidised by shareholders.|
|£27m cherry pick. 2200 jobs gone. Zero value for shareholders (well you were warned)|
|nice deal for sports direct|
|Dave Whelan said the management were to blame, asked the question, 'where has all the money gone'? He gave them £85m for the gyms, plus they raised £200m.|
SALE NOW ON|